After Albuquerque Victory, Advocates Want To Take Fare-Free Transit Statewide
Duke City is the latest to get on board the free transit bandwagon — and they say the rest of the state is primed to follow.
Five Ways to Pull U.S. Transit Agencies Out of the Fiscal ‘Death Spiral’
Turning the transit industry's "doom spiral" into a "virtuous cycle" will require rethinking the foundations of how we fund mass transportation — and adding a whole lot of service.
‘Bidenomics’: Feds Seek to Promote Commercial Conversions Into Affordable Transit-Friendly Housing
The federal government is going back to the future to help solve three problems: vacant office space, global warming and high housing costs.
Why Connecticut is Investing in New Regional Rail
Gov. Ned Lamont will spend $315 million investment on new rail cars — but they're not going anywhere near Grand Central. Here's why.
New Federal Report Finds Most U.S. Communities Are Clueless About Their Transport Emissions
The Biden Administration set a goal to get America to net zero by 2050. But when it comes to U.S. transportation, most American communities have no idea where they're even starting from.
Houston Transit Makes Historic $26M Investment Into Real-Time Arrival Screens
Good signage can have a huge impact on the experience of transit riders. But will it lure new ones?
Advocates Call On Congress to Put the Brakes On Reckless Autonomous Vehicle Rollouts
Advocates are calling on Congress to be cautious of the promises of the AV revolution — and stop getting distracted from proven solutions like safe road design.
GOP Seeks Massive Cuts to Amtrak
More hurdles ahead for rail transit in FY24 after debt ceiling scare.
Baltimore Activists Want the Red Line — But the ‘Right’ Red Line
“When you find structural racism you've got to make structural change,” said one activist.
‘Urban Doom Loop’? This Planner Says Cities Ain’t Dead Yet
“For both the nation’s leading metros and for the country as a whole, the stakes of getting this right are enormous.”